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... and anyone else who dare speak out against the Nazi party. They were sent there to be "re-educated" and released, but it was well known that it never happened. It was built to hold 6,000 prisoners, but by when it was liberated in 1945 there were more like 20,000. The students were very remorse and quiet through the tour - really taking it all in. During our visit to the crematorium, it began to thunder and rain. This was a little creepy. Afterwards, we had a nice bus tour of ...
We arrived easily at the airport- thanks Krista! Had dinner and to the gate. Flying Lufthansa, and their carryon restrictions stated 8kg- about 17 pounds. I knew ours were way over.. Like 25 pounds but hoped we would get away with it. Alas, no. They had an attendant wandering around and weighing bags. No biggie though! Kurt went right to sleep at 9pm and slept 3 hours, Karl following close behind. It's now 1:15am- Karl ...
... the shops are closed on a Sunday so the pedestrian streets are empty except for people taking a walk or going to church. Lots of families were out and about on bicycles exploring the squares and parks. I came across a war memorial in the Hofgarten which was appropriate given that today is Remembrance Sunday. On checking my photo stream I have found that my youngest son was visiting the WW1 memorials in France whilst my eldest son was in London with his mates and took ...
We got woken up this morning for breakfast, then got ready for another day at the tents.
We got the Fanatics bus at 11am into town and we were in the Lowenbrau tent.
I had a pretzel, and a total of 5 steins today! It was a bit more of a chilled out day today, we met up with Jesse and his mates.
We sat on a reserved table but got kicked off ...
... and welcoming. The streets were also packed and horses walking the street. We started to make our way back to the festival and found a small pub bursting at the sides with people. We went in to find people dancing on all surfaces and generally just having a bloody good time. We stopped in here where they also were selling beer by the stein, why not eh? Met some eccentric English fellas, finished a couple of beers then were on our way again.
This time we had to wait in line to ...
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